Flow Trail at Demo Segments Adopted; Mtbr Hosts Demo Dig Days March 15-16

We’re incredibly excited to announce that all six segments of the Flow Trail at Demo have been officially “adopted” by local bicycle industry sponsors! Generous contributions from Bontrager, Epicenter Cycling, Ibis, FOX, Specialized and Trail Head Cyclery will go a long way toward construction costs of this four mile trail. A skills center planned for the area between segments five and six will be funded by the Mark Reynolds Memorial Fund.

Donations from Jeff and Marieke Rothschild, Shimano, Easton and X-Fusion kicked off our project, while the Stewards of Soquel Forest pitched in by hosting our first official volunteer trail work event on February 22. We’re appreciative of all in our community who believe in our work and want to be a part of this highly anticipated endeavor.

MTBR_Demo_Dig_Days_CoverOur next volunteer trail work event is scheduled for THIS COMING SATURDAY & SUNDAY, MARCH 15-16 and will be hosted by our fun-loving friends with Mtbr. Mtbr’s Demo Dig Days event offers optional tent camping at the Enduro™ helipad—a first-ever opportunity to camp on the hallowed grounds of Demo—plus sweet schwag, great food and plenty of apres work beverages. Camping space is limited, and it will fill up fast. Pre-registration for crew and camping is required and closes Thursday 8am; sign up here to ensure your spot on the volunteer roster. Check out Mtbr’s detailed write up on the Demo Dig Days event here, and their stellar piece on our beloved Soquel Demonstration State Forest here. Also, don’t miss the exciting flow trail commentary on the Mtbr NorCal Forum here!

We need sponsors to host our upcoming volunteer trail work events. If you would like to help feed, hydrate, entertain, and recruit volunteers, please contact demo@mbosc.org. Visit the MBoSC website for more information on this project and how you can help by volunteering, donating or sponsoring.

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